Property Management Blog

Top 7 Amenities Renters Can't Resist in Tucson

Kyle - Thursday, November 18, 2021
Property Management Blog
Successful landlords in Tucson are those that focus on finding out what tenants want. The better their research, the more long-term tenants they find. Aside from filming amazing video tours and writing great property listings, these successful Tucson property owners respond quickly to the needs of their tenants. Here a...

Tips to Have a Better Relationship with Your Arizona Tenants

Kyle - Thursday, October 28, 2021
Property Management Blog
 Building and maintaining a healthy relationship with your tenants can be critical to the success of your rental investment. For starters, having a good relationship with your current tenants can help greatly reduce your property’s turnover rate, and the loss of income from having vacant units. Tenants are also more w...

Drafting a Solid Lease Agreement: The Ultimate Guide

Kyle - Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Property Management Blog
One responsibility that landlords have is being able to draft a legal lease agreement. A good lease is one that defines your expectations as a landlord as clearly as possible. Remember, you can’t penalize your tenant for something they know nothing about. For example, if you don’t have a clause on subletting, how will you...

Arizona Fair Housing Act: an Overview

Kyle - Thursday, August 19, 2021
Property Management Blog
Every tenant in Arizona has a right to be treated fairly and equally. The Fair Housing Act was passed by Congress in 1968 to bring an end to the discrimination that was rife in housing-related matters, from landlords to real estate professionals. Back then, housing discrimination based on race, for example, was commonplace. It was a ...

Breaking a Lease in Tucson Arizona - Know the Laws

Kyle - Sunday, July 18, 2021
Property Management Blog
Usually, most tenants who sign a rental lease in Arizona intend to stay for the entire lease period. But despite the good intentions, life happens, and it can force a tenant to break their lease. Some of the reasons for breaking a lease in Arizona include:Job transfer or job lossDivorceUpsizing or downsizingMilitary serviceLandlord repeat...

Renting Out Your Home in Tucson: Everything You Should Consider

Kyle - Monday, June 21, 2021
Property Management Blog
Are you thinking of renting out your Tucson home? If you are, then you’d be making a great move! The city’s real estate market is booming and is shaping up to become a haven for investors. The countless outdoor activities, prospering industry, and the near-perfect climate continue to drive demand for rental housing. So, r...

How to Attract Long-Term Tenants

Kyle - Wednesday, June 16, 2021
Property Management Blog
Long-term tenants are rewarding for landlords. Your investment returns remain steady, you’re under less stress, and rental operating expenses remain lower. Frequent turnovers, on the other hand, mean facing costly vacancies and spending more on maintenance and marketing. This can present a lot of inconvenience to property owners.Now...

Best Areas to Invest in Tucson

Kyle - Sunday, May 16, 2021
Property Management Blog
Have you set your eyes on Tucson real estate as an investment option?   Tucson’s ideal location is one that’s made it a target for real estate investors. It’s located just about two hours southeast of Phoenix and an hour from the US-Mexico border. Many professionals have chosen to live in Tucson and make the co...

Top Tips When Buying Investment Property in Tucson

Kyle - Thursday, April 22, 2021
Property Management Blog
Want to be an investor in Tucson real estate? You’re not the only one considering such a move. The Tucson real estate market has been booming and attracting a lot of interest from investors, corporations and households. Each group might have its own reasons, but some overlap. Tucson has been enjoying a growing job market. ...

Arizona Security Deposit Laws

Kyle - Wednesday, March 17, 2021
Property Management Blog
For landlords in Arizona, security deposits are akin to safety nets when they rent out a property. By requiring a tenant to pay it, they essentially guarantee themselves protection against any liabilities their tenant may cause. At least, to some extent. Arizona, much like other states, has security deposit laws in place. It’s ...

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